A team-by-team breakdown of the 2013 women's basketball recruiting outlook in the ACC.
The road to "The Opening" begins.
The Big East, led by UConn, comes out on top in the recruiting battle after the 2012 early signing period. The conference gets the nod, though, because it spread the wealth.
With UConn setting a new standard in recruiting, the Big East earns the lone 'A' after the 2012 early signing period.
Syracuse grabs in-state star Taylor Ford on its way to the ACC, and James Madison invades Florida for 2012 recruits Precious Hall and Destiny Jones.
Malina Howard's decision to go to Maryland provides a big boost to the ACC school, and Brittney Sykes does the same for Penn State. The Ivy League also lands a top prospect in Shilpa Tummala.